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told you about the mother diagnosed with the flesh eating bacteria days after giving birth to twins. she's undergone 20 surgical procedures. this morning she'll open up about her recovery for the first time in an exclusive live interview. >>> the blame game in london. who pulled the plug on concert performance by music legend bruce springsteen and paul mccartney. you just don't do that. the story in a minute. >>> we begin with the return of the brutal heat. the weather channel's stephanie abrams in for al this morning. >> good morning. we'll talk more about the heat in just a minute. but first i want to take you into houston and talk more about the lightning strike that killed two during a soccer game and injured another. they were taking shelter under a tree, the absolute worst spot you can be because lightning will go to the highest point. one man died at the scene, a second taken to the hospital, a third treated for burns. >>> the temperatures, the plains, midwest all the way to the northeast, we will see the 90s. we will see the triple digit readings yet again, all thanks to a b
as well as emergency services rely on radio transmissions from twin peaks. those transmissions were not interrupted but the fbi was notified because the vandalism was tied to the cities emergency communication system. >>> some families in oakland are not giving up their fight againstth districts decision to close elementary schools. yesterday parents protested at a park across from lake view elementary school. that is one of five schools shut down by the oakland school district because of declining enrollment. >> the board is losing power every day and we are gaining power. >> how? >> through the community support. the people are sick and tired of what is going on in this district in this nation and they are ready to stand up. >> earlier this month police cleared out parents that occupied lake view elementary school for 18 days to protest its closure. >>> the napa alternative mothers group plans to protest the treatment of a breast feeding mother at a social security office. they say a guard told the mother she could not breast feed at the federal facility and asked her to step outs
at the communications building in twin peaks the vandalism discovered this morning there is no impact to essential city services. the wife of san francisco sheriff ross mirkarimi will be in san francisco briefly this week she is expected to testify before the ethics commission it will decide if sheriff for mirkarimi should lose his job. attorneys say his client will testify then returned to venezuela. a rhee count starts tomorrow for some votes on proposition 29 the measure that will raise the cigarette tax by $1 per pack it lost by 29,000 votes in june at of more than 5 million cast, a san francisco surgeon has petitioned the secretary of state to recount ballots in los angeles county. both presidential candidates hit hard as ragged clothes to november romney campaign targets president obama's plans for economic growth dru levenson explains the obama can and take swipes at romney's position at bain capital. >>> while mitt romney was at church president obama's advisers hammered mitt romney when he left bain capital romney clancy left bain capital in 1999 but the obama administration believes he was st
and fire as well as emergency services rely on radio transmission from twin peak. none were interrupted. but the fbi was notified because this communication system is so crucial. it illustrates the point this radio hub in such a public place does have some vulnerable. live from san francisco i'm tara moriarty. >>> time now 5:32. police in livermore investigating the discovery of -- discovery of a body found inside a hotel room. it was found at the double tree hotel. the body is that of a man in his 40s. we don't know his name though. police say this is a suspicious death and they are still investigating the cause of his death. >>> convicted killer hans reiser will begin representing himself in this suit brought on by his children. the judge has admonished reiser about his statements and his behavior in the courtroom. in 2006 reiser was found guilty of killing his wife nina and hiding her body in the oakland hills. their children are asking for $25 million in damages. >>> 5:33. a man accused of firing shots at a benicia police officer after a car chase is facing several charges. the ktvu
the investigation into an unusual case of vandalism. it involved a building on twin peaks in san francisco. and tara moriarty says it had the potential to cripple much of san francisco's emergency communications system. tara. >> reporter: this radio hub is in a very public place. anyone can walk, bike, and drive up here. it illustrates the point it has vulnerable. why would someone want to break into the perimeter. it happened yesterday morning around 9:00 when city workers discovered that vandals had cut a hole into a chain link fence and slipped inside. they didn't make it into the building but they were able to cut exposed cables possibly connecting air conditioning. >> nothing was stolen. none of the wiring was pulled out and stolen. right now it's being treated as a vandalism. >> reporter: san francisco police and fire as well as emergency services rely on radio transmissions from twin peaks. none were interrupted but the fbi was notified because this communications facility is so crucial. right now officials are using surveillance footage to see if it provides clues to who did this. >>> new th
'd be talking about rain here as it stands. for us, it's been drizzle and a lot of it. twin peaks picked up .07. you can call it light rain. diamond heights .05 and the mission .04. eureka valley, golden gate heights, castro, all at .04. that's a pretty measurable amount. even inland locations are getting some misty conditions. i saw that on tori campbell's tweet this morning, some misty conditions coming in. today will be the coolest day by far. it started yesterday and will bottom out today. wind will pick up later once this low cloud deck burns out. it goes out to the back 40. there will be 70s here and the forecast model has climatology built into it. there will not be any 80s. this is a really cool pattern. fort bragg, yes, right on the cusp there of probably getting afternoon shower activity. 50s and right at 60, the lows are just stuck. everybody's cloudy or mostly cloudy. there it is, that low, and might dip a little bit toward cave menacino. as it stands, low clouds, some sun, a windy day again. heavy duty drizzle will give way to temperatures way below average. 50s and 60s for many, e
and thanks to michael for a spot on information in the city. twin peeks, michael keeps meticulous records. he is very weather savvy. would you say that is drizzle or light rain? either one, fine by me. today will be the coolest day as the low settles in towards fort brag and parts of northern mendocino county and possibilities of some rain. unseasonably strong, low clouds made it out to sacramento, and there will be 70s and look at that pretty impressive as that starts to swing. it is a little further south, i don't think it will make it that far. some sun but it will be windy at times. possibility of clouds to the north and 60s for many on the temperatures today, extremely low 70s and very low, once the low cloud deck burns off it will be on the cloud deck, very low 70s coast and inland. we bound on saturday, warmer temperatures arrive although we have to watch out for clouds to the south and inland temperatures will get warmer by the weekend. >>> thanks, steve, they are corn firming a bug caused instant -- they have converged a bug caused instant messages and only a small number of users ar
a spectacular catch! >> quite a catch. adam jones there. 19-7, the orioles lose to the minnesota twins. >> the ravens and ray rice agreed to a five-year, $35 million contract. >> the capitals did some business is today as well. the assigned mike green it to a deal worth $13 million. now, tim brant. >> the nationals missed plenty of opportunities last night. they left eight runners on base. miami played small ball most of the night and the marlins won 5- 3. ryan zimmerman has been red hot. this goes to deep left center field. in the bottom of the third miami scored four runs. miami beat the nationals despite being outhit by washington 11-7. the nationals will play the mets' starting a series this evening in washington. there is a look at sports. >> the news continues at 5:30. >> the search for answers into what caused a deadly plane crash in maryland. learn what the plane was doing >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> straight ahead, gearing up for another heatwave. pace yourself as we de
the story and showed a picture of him on air that we actually showed a picture of his twin brother. he's got an identical twin brother robert gansler who is a portfolio manager at t. roe price. let's show the right picture of gary gansler who is the chairman of the cftc not his twin brother robert gansler. do we have it? i hope we're going to be able to show the right picture because he was concerned about it. do we have it? there we go. so, you know, an honest mistake, guys. it is an honest mistake. >> are you sure you've got them the right way around. >> i'm sure that that is robert on the right there. >> but is that amazing? >> robert is at t.rowe, gary is at the cftc. >> what are the odds of that? >> rick probably loves that one. >> i do. i wonder if his brother would be any better at overseeing the industry. >> he said he wondered if the brother would be better at regulating. he's not a fan as you know. >> he is a portfolio manager at t. row. he is and once again there are so many more nuances to the story. the peregrine story never ceases to amaze me how the technology that they're dis
. what impact will these twin controversies have on the presidential race? joining us now is a fox news contributor and former communications director for new jersey, former new jersey senator jon corzine and da neen barelli is a fox news contributor and author of the book "backlash". welcome to you both. let me start with you. you heard pam bondi basically explain the republican position calling the health care plan junk. a huge tax increase. how do the republicans get traction in their vow to try to repeal it? >> that's just it. there is traction here because what we have is a classic example of government gone wild and you know what, eric? the american people are sick and tired of it. we have a supreme court justice who basically is playing politics really. this is clearly a tax on the american people. the last thing you want to do is implement more taxes on hard working americans. and so clearly, i think there is a lot of traction here to repeal this initiative because it's not popular with the american people. it is a tax. it wasn't sold as a tax. and that is what we're facing tod
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more susceptible to multiple sclerosis. and also if you have two identical twins and one of them has multiple sclerosis, the chances are 30% that the other one will have it. so there clearly is a genetic contribution to this. and if you have additional family members, the incidence will rise. the target of the disease is t myelisheath. so many axe ons in the brain are-- axeons in the brain are covered with this fatty sheath that is designed to enhance conduction along the axeon. there are some unmyelin ated axeons but there are lots in the nervous system and if you attack that in an autoimmune disorder like multiple sclerosis, you can slow and ultimately stop conduction in those axeons. because myelin axeons are thrghout the brain, you can affec many different partof the brain as a result of the autoimmune disease. if you hit the optic nerve you can have transient blindness. if you hit the spinal chord or the brain, you can have sense ory disturbances, tremors, you can have weaknesses in an arm or a leg. these episodes vary in duration. they can last for days. they can last for weeks
. it happened yesterday morning on twin peaks. vandals cut a hole in the fence. they broke into the city's communication -- communication facility. police say thed vandals did not go into the building but they were able to cut some exposed cables. >>> ten people were hurt in texas when a backyard deck collapsed over the weekend. it happened during a birthday party on saturday. 20 people. >> it fell inwards, not outwards. >> you can see people inside the pool. >>> we are following some breaking news out of the persian gulf. the u.s. consulate official in dubi -- dubai says an american ship fired off a boat killing one person and injuring three. the official did not give any details. but it appears the boat could have been mistaken as a threat in gulf waters not far from iran's maritime boundaries. >>> hours ago, secretary of state, it hillary clinton arrived in israel. her trip it israel is her final trip of the world tour t may be her last visit to israel as secretary of state. >>> now, earlier she got an angry reception as she wrapped up her trip to egypt. >> monica! monica! >> listen c
clubs in the american league, rangers facing the twins. watch this. fourth inning. >> he's talking -- >> wow. that knocked -- the players are coming off the field whether they want them to or not. >> yep. >> holy cow. >> yikes. after the game twins outfielder denard span tweeted, quote, that's the loudest noise i've heard. i thought jesus was coming. end quote. >> scary. >> the rangers went on to win 4-3. the pirates at home taking on the giants. andrew mccutchen, best player in the national league so far, hits one deep to right center. boom. one of the best parks in the major leagues, by the way. second home run of the game. the first player in pirates history with a batting average of .362 and 60 rbis. the pirates won 13-2. they lead the national league east at the all-star break for the first time since 1997. go pirates. >> there you go. >> go pittsburgh. >> you did good, mike. >> willie -- >> good lord. >> standing by in the green room, best-selling biographer walter isaacson. >> he's sold enough books. why have him on? >> greed greed greed. >> i hope he brought us a book. >> h
with the great frank conniff. >> what we just listened to was the elo sen twins the olsen twins doing leonard cohen. >> john: later on, we'll have n sync doing some lynyrd skynyrd. we're taking your calls at 1-800-steph-12 to find out what your favorite anti-obama mean is. is this where we go to the great jacki? have you been watching current tv? have you beheld the majesty that is jacki schechner? >> you know what? i'm not quite familiar with jacki schechner. >> you are one of the throngs that is being pulled into the cult of current tv. it is not just people like stephanie miller and eliot spitzer, there are other hotties, too. jacki schechner is the woman who makes the news worth waking up for you. are you there jacki? >> i am here. nice words for an early monday morning. you'll start my week off well. >> john: i suck up with the best of them. >> ready for news? >> john: yeah, hit us. what's going on? such a slow "newsweek" last week. what's going on? >> really, nothing to talk about. a new poll out from "us
running at the twins/rangers game in arlington, texas, yesterday. the boom was so loud, it actually shook the television cameras. the game was held up by rain for 46 minutes. welcome back to "cbs this morning." you feel that one in your bones. >> like incoming fire, didn't it? >>> there's a surprising development this morning in the case of natalie wood. the investigation was reopened eight months ago, 30 years after she died off the coast of los angeles. as bill whitaker reports, the l.a. coroner's office changed the cause of death from accident to undetermined. >> it's one of hollywood's most enduring mysteries, what really happened the night actress natalie wood drowned while boating off catalina island. >> if you don't like this has been changed to undetermined or unresolved, that means it's not over. >> it was thanksgiving weekend 1981. wood and her husband, actor robert wagner, were enjoying the holiday on board the "splendour" with friend and fellow actor, christopher walken. at daylight, wood's body was found floating in the water. investigators called it an accident. speculating
. >>> can you imagine giving birth to twins on not just one highway, but two? this woman was heading to the hospital on long island in new york but realized the babies weren't going to wait. her husband called an ambulance and soon after, gavin anderson was welcomed on the southern tate parkway. emts tried to get her to the closest hospital for the second birth. but moments later, she gave we are to decklynn on the wontau parkway. everyone is doing fine and will go home later this evening. >> brian: you're going there, you can't use the carpool lane. on the way home you can. >> steve: exactly. >> brian: right in the middle. >> gretchen: very cute. >> steve: larry sabato has been on this program a couple of times, the esteemed political analyst and he talked about the president's tax the rich strategy generally doesn't really work in a general election because people don't like the idea of raising anybody's taxes. because they figure they raise the rich's taxes, eventually they'll come for me. tax the rich at the bottom of the list, the number within thing you want, the next president
"twins" cap triplets" with arnold schwarzenegger? >> yes. >> when? tell about it. >> you got two guy, arnold and i. we have the desire to do it. when what we need is the screen play. we want to do something really good. so we're going to find a gre great -- >> it can't be all bare feet. >> no, no. >> bare feet and sunglasses. >> if you missed it, you missed it, maybe we'll see you in new york. >> more to come >>> back now in our "olympic kitchen." in a moment we'll do some cooking with jamie oliver. first a story about how he's doing more than just serving food in his great london restaurant. take a look. 40 years ago kevin was playing with fire. >> i was involved with gangs, fights. >> his life was heading from bad to worse. >> at the age of 18, i went into prison four times. i was just heading down the wrong path completely. >> but he was handed a life line and cooking has changed his life. for ten years, jamie oliver has offered second chances to undervalued youth. because of its success, there are now locations in cornwall, england and amsterdam. >> it's that who wiholistic app t
places so you can get unbelievable dust pick up in less time. i love that book! can you believe the twin did it? ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. ♪ test. >>> back at 7:43, for the second time in a month the fda has approved a prescription weight loss day called qsymia. will it work for you and what are the side effects. dr. raj, an nbc contributor and madelyn fernstrom, diet and nutrition editor. good morning, ladies, to both of you. qsymia is a combination of two drugs, one used to suppress appetite, the other for seizures. how does the combo pill work? >> it's to actually bathe the p brown in two kinds of signals. phentermine is a stimulant that reduces appetite, reduces hunger signals. the other for seizures. people were losing weight. by suppressing brain activity so you don't get seizures it reduces appetite. something in low effective doses gives a one-two punch to give you that combination. >> talk about trials, 37,000 people studied, some took a placebo. >> actually 3700 people. >> all right. 3700. okay. >> what they found was the
twins. 45 minutes later it was all-clear. back into the game. bill: like a rifle shot, wasn't it? nolan ryan sat there like a frog on a rock. martha: he was under the eve there. bill: he did not move. new reports the white house extending a an invite to egypt's newly-elected president to the u.s. extremist islamic group, rather in control of a major american ally in the middle east. mohammed morsi taking oath of office after considered to be egypt's first free presidential election. this is close look at the muslim brotherhood ruling the country. they are egypt's oldest and largest islamic organization. one of their aims to be governed by islamic law or sharia law. the u.s. does not consider the muslim brotherhood a foreign terrorist organization. is president obama doing the right thing by inviting egypt's president here. kirsten powers, fox news contributor and tony sig, republican campaign consultant and national political correspondent for talk radio news service. good morning to both of you. where are you on this, kirsten? >> well, i don't think it is clear that he is actually been
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a squeaking sounds with you at times? wd-40 quarterly results -- >> what time is it? >> if your twins had a swing in the backyard, wd-40. you don't have a backyard. that's why i said if. >> hinges. hinges on doors. just recently. you sneak around in the middle of the night. people are trying to sleep. >> pre-war building. >> i'm sneaking out to get here in the middle of the night. >> she had the music going and who knows what's going. >> i'm trying to defend you. >> oh, yeah, right. >> wd-40 quarterly results disappointed wall street. it said it was hurt by lower sales in its american segment. full year results will be at the lower end of its outlook blaming continued uncertainty in europe and oil prices. >> people buying fewer older cars or what? >> don't know what that was. alcoa was weird. we said it was earnings but it was a loss. pushed into a loss. >> better than expected. >> $2 million which is a zero loss because it's not even, doesn't equate to a per share loss. if you factor out items it was a six cent profit. $8 stock. >> comes the first day -- >> we have to make it significant
. and i am how much? i knew thep. >> steve: you come from a big family. >> my twin brother had the lap band procedure and down 60 pounds as well. this thing works. and i think the row in the morn you talked about it that is a big, big. step. and had the surge row in the morn home in thining and went to work full-time the next day. and i felt fine with it >> gretchin: will you be the same rex ryan that people have come to love or kind of go oopsie what will he say next. >> i want to be the one that wins. i did it for health reasons. i have been married 25 years and it was not like i am trying to slim down for other reasons. i do look better now. if you lose 100 pounds you look better. it was for health and low blood pressure and cholesteral and i am ready to attack the season. >> steve: i imagine you got high blood pressure when people say sanchez and tebow. officially markez will start. what point does he get the call from the coach. >> first two years we had more success on offense and we had blad smith who we lost to buffalo. and guy that invented the wild cat and brought the wild ca
rate every corner in manhattan. that's what us new yorkers do. >> that's your reason for raising twins in this cesspool? that's why you're here? you have to walk outside and -- >> we love it here. it's beautiful. it's beautiful at the fira. >> did you take the lincoln tunnel this morning? >> no. that three quarter of a mile stretch can take an hour and a half. >> same thing on the bridge. no traffic, no problems. let's get to other headlines this morning. we've heard from intel with their earnings last night. they had a profit of 54 cents a share. that was 2 cents better than the street was expecting, but the company forecast that current quarterly revenues would come in below what the street expected. intel's forecast is reflecting weakeneni weakening pc sales. ben bernanke is back on capitol hill this morning. bernanke spoke about the ongoing weakness in the u.s. economy in his senate appearance yesterday. steve leisman we'll have more in a moment. also, we get fresh numbers from the u.s. housing market later this morning. economists think that june housing starts register an increas
we had our twins we breast fed, or my wife -- >> we? >> we should never say we're pregnant. my wife breast fed. however early on because we had two guys we needed extra formula to supplement what was going on. >> by the way, you've gone through an incredibly difficult process no matter how you gave birth. it's incredibly difficult and at the beginning you don't know what's happening. sure, look, it's a better path that's what doctors will tell you. that isscience changes that eve five years. it's not easy for everybody and it's a stupid judgment to make on people. mothers face so many difficult horrible decisions that they have to make all the time and they feel guilty no matter what. you don't need to pile on. >> hopefully mr. bloomberg was watching. >> probably doesn't care what i think. sfee mig >> he might. >> we've been watching stocks rallying over the last week. joining us right now is bob doll, senior advisor of blackrock. bob, it's great time to have you here because the markets right now seem convinced that things are looking a little bit better. back above 13,000 for the
it but if it's all twin law then tell congress to change the tax law which i want to do. we want to do tax reform but nobody is talking about tax reform because we're talking about this. if you don't like -- you should take it -- we got to go. >> when we come back hot is the word of the day. when we return we'll tell you why. g androgel 1.62%. both are used to treat men with low testosterone. androgel 1.62% is from the makers of the number one prescribed testosterone replacement therapy. it raises your testosterone levels, and... is concentrated, so you could use less gel. and with androgel 1.62%, you can save on your monthly prescription. [ male announcer ] dosing and application sites between these products differ. women and children should avoid contact with application sites. discontinue androgel and call your doctor if you see unexpected signs of early puberty in a child, or, signs in a woman which may include changes in body hair or a large increase in acne, possibly due to accidental exposure. men with breast cancer or who have or might have prostate cancer, and women who are, or ma
times the fun. >> you're like the double mint twins. >> the only people left. that's the whole thing. so, thousands of the world's -- potted plant. thousands of the world's greatest athletes descended on london for the 2012 summer olympics. but now some staffing issues are posing a big problem there. the company hired to provide security for the games only able to deliver half the expected number of guards. nbc's michelle kosinski reports. >> reporter: checking bags, guarding athletes. now being done by soldiers and police, scrambled from around the uk, because the security company g4s, the world's large est security employer just figure figured out it cannot meet its target. it only has half that number ready. the company turned up 38 where 300 were needed. >> fiasco and shambles. >> simply inexcusable. >> a humiliating shambles, isn't it? >> it's nowhere we want to be. that's certain. >> it's a humiliating shambles for the company. yes or no? >> i cannot disagree with you. >> ceo nick buckles says he only learned july 3rd that g4s will falwell short. what happened? >> incredibly logist
in the country. we'll do the twin sister road trip tomorrow on "today." that's so fun. i'm natalie morales along with willie geist and tamron hall. is that vacation or work? >> vacation. >> a good gig. meanwhile if you're thinking about taking a family trip, how about camping with the kids, enjoy the outdoors. even if you haven't done it, what you need to know to ensure everybody, including tamron, has a good time. >> i say include an exit plan but i could be persuaded with s'mores. weather, a casual picnic, weekend at the beach. what to bring a host. creative ideas, perfect gift for any occasion. look at that, that's great. play a new game. dominos. >> on another note, today nbc news is launching latino.com, english language news and lifestyle featuring hispanic perspectives on family, food. i'm proud to say i'm a contributor. be sure to check out nbclatino.com. we're excited about this. stephanie abrams here for al. >> i love camping. you know you can camp in central park. what do you guys say? >> legally? >> yes. they have on friday nights or something. do you know about this? maybe we should
. and they were running for cover at the rangers-twins game in arlington. >> lightning. >> wow! >> sprinting off the field after a lightning strike and the game was delayed 45 minutes because of a storm and the rangers won 4-3 in 13 innings. is there a cool way to act in the middle of a lightning storm? >> never. got to run for cover. you have to know where it's coming from. >> it's every man for himself. >> let's go over to the couch. you have some exciting stuff going on, right? >> go. >> mario chalmers is here. very nice with support. >> he's a fellow jayhawk and went to a alma mater, the university of kansas. jayhawk. go, k.u. >> nice to see you. >> as a world champion, what feels different right now? >> nothing. >> the team falls short a year ago, they feel like the world is crushing on them and then you get that all reversed. >> yeah, you know, last year we went through a lot of hard times with the dallas series but we won this year and we accomplished our goal and we're happy and enjoying it right now. >> four games in a row after dropping the first game but everyone behind you a
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